running a LSA on a stock converter

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Groundczero
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running a LSA on a stock converter

Post by Groundczero » Sun Apr 26, 2020 8:03 pm

So my plan was to 1st do a BTR stage 1 blower cam and 3,000 stall circle D converter, but I just landed a killer deal on a LSA.

So the plan is to run the BTR cam and LSA and run the stock converter for a while, has anyone done this were there any issues?

dr1rrrr
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Re: running a LSA on a stock converter

Post by dr1rrrr » Fri May 08, 2020 3:36 am

I have a sloppy stage 2 camshaft on a stock converter and other than the car not being as smooth coming off of stop lights I haven't had any issues. The specs of that cam are 228 230 and .585/.585 lift so I would say you'd probably be good with that cam.

dr1rrrr
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Re: running a LSA on a stock converter

Post by dr1rrrr » Fri May 08, 2020 3:40 am

I realized the way I worded that was not so great :lol: the specs I gave are off the cam I have and I was trying to say the cam you are thinking about would probably work good

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Re: running a LSA on a stock converter

Post by AceVL » Tue Sep 15, 2020 9:58 pm

dr1rrrr wrote:
Fri May 08, 2020 3:40 am
I realized the way I worded that was not so great :lol: the specs I gave are off the cam I have and I was trying to say the cam you are thinking about would probably work good
Do you have a Dyno of what you’re sloppy stage 2 is running? I’ve honestly been eyeing this cam as well since it seems to be a good blend of performance and daily drivability.
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